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To help you along with a healthy dose of the good stuff, we have prepared a couple of amazing Christmas deals for you to put under the Christmas tree:
We've added some extra special bonus bottles of our highest end wines here, why not open one on Christmas day to finish 2020 off in style?
Celebrating the wonder of Barossa Valley Old Vine Shiraz this Christmas!
Check out the deals below and select your which one you'd like using the drop down arrow above.
~ 5 bottles of Eddie's Old Vine 2017 Shiraz | $60/Bottle RRP
~ Bonus Bottle Forgotten Hero 2018 Shiraz | Survivor Vines | $120 RRP
Total Value $420.00
~ 5 bottles of Forgotten Hero 2018 Shiraz | yet to be released | $120/Bottle RRP
~ Bonus Bottle Zen Master 2016 Shiraz | Centurion Vines | $150 value
Total Value $750.00
Eddies Old Vine Shiraz
When you’re looking for the archetypal Barossa Valley Shiraz, look no further than this broodingly intense red. The core of this magnificent wine comes from three Old Vine vineyards planted by the Atze family in 1912, 1951 and 1975. There two workers Eddies Staehr (Andy Kalleske's great uncle) and Eddies Liebig planted the oldest of these three vineyards in 1912.
Pristine and youthfully deep, it’s virtually impenetrable, with the ruby red colour showing the power and concentration that low yielding, seriously old vines provide. A gloriously aromatic bouquet led by sweet spices and backed up by damson plum, dark chocolate and the most subtle of toasty oak.
The rich, enveloping palate is lush and smooth with bright fruit; dark cherries and Christmas cake made all the more complex by the layers of spices: cloves, cinnamon and anise. As anticipated, the finish is uber-long with a savoury, umami note that leaves you wanting another sip.
Forgotten Hero Shiraz
Forgotten Hero is sourced from a stunning vineyard planted by the Atze family in 1951; a survivor of the infamous vine pull scheme of the 1980s. John and Barb Kalleske rescued the old vineyard in 1983 and have nurtured its vines ever since.
Forgotten Heroes three decades ago, these low yielding vines now provide intensely flavoured grapes for this classic Barossa Shiraz. Intuitive, small-batch winemaking, a minimum 20 months maturation in new French oak barrels, coupled with it only being bottled from the most outstanding vintages, results in a truly distinguished, complex and full-bodied wine.
Due to the tiny size of this vineyard and the low yields, less than 70 cases are bottled in any one vintage.
A rare treat, not to be missed.
Zen Master Shiraz
This is the Zen Master, a Barossa Shiraz made from one hundred year old vines. As concentrated and complex as the vines are ancient, this is a wine to cellar for upwards of 10 years. And the wait will be worth it. Zen Master is the epitome of Barossa Shiraz as we have come to know and love it.
The inky-deep purple colour catches your eye while floral characters, violet and rose petal, stream from the glass. Drinking Zen Master is pure joy. It is silky smooth, utterly seamless and perfectly balanced. Ripe, black fruit characters dominate the palate complexed by pepper spices and dark chocolate, a note of vanilla and hazelnut.
This wine is a master of its domain. It will reward your years of cellaring, or show powerful expressive fruit as a young red.